Sunday, November 11, 2007

What They're Saying About ASU/UCLA

A trip around the web for what others are saying about yesterday's game:

-The Associated Press (via can't get over the Rudy Carpenter/UCLA connection.

-Jeff Metcalfe of the Arizona Republic waxes about how it was UCLA that should have struggled to score, not the Sun Devils. Paola Boivin uses the word "improbable" to describe...well...pretty much everything.

-Dan Zeiger of the East Valley Tribune thinks fans had a hidden meaning to their "Beat SC" chant at the end of the game. Scott Bordow also wrote a really nice piece about ASU's unsung star this season, Chris McGaha, who had the game of his career but still is allergic to the end zone.

-Chris Foster of the Los Angeles Times says the inevitable was in plain view for the Bruins yesterday, while everyone's favorite Around the Horn analyst, Bill Plaschke, has penned Karl Dorrell's obituary.

-It's a little more blatant over with our friends at Bruins Nation, who have installed a countdown clock to the end of the season and the supposed end of KD's reign.

-UCLA starting QB Osaar Rasshan, PN's favorite history major, admitted to the L.A. Daily News that he was pretty sore because "it was the first time he played football in 2 1/2 years."

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